This beautiful dog was found laying in the middle of the road when a good Samaritan stopped and picked her up. We were
contacted to take her in as she has a very serious medical condition. The mass's in the pic below are only the beginning. She
tested positive for Hookworm, as well as Heart worm. Rescue spoke with the doctors and we came to the decision that we will first
take care of treating the hookworm, next we will address her surgical needs, then treat the heart worm.. Any decision is not ideal
but this was what the doctor felt would be best.

We took her in on August 21st so she was given the name Eclipse. It is going to be very expensive to get Eclipse back in good
health. Eclipse is well mannered, trained, great looking crop and dock. Her coat looks great. We are expecting this to cost us
between $2,500.00 to $3,000.00 by the time we are done with all the treatment she needs. We are asking anyone that sees this
girls pictures to please click on the paypal button below and donate to her cause. We are very close to our goal, Please help. All
donations are tax deductible and you will be helping to save a life. Eclipse will not be ready to go to her forever home until
January of next year, if you are interested in adopting eclipse, click on any of her photos and complete our adoption application.
Eclipse will be best in a low energy home.

Eclipse came through surgery fine with no complications,
The pathology report stated that out of the five tumors removed, only
one of them was malignant.
The cost was a little more than expected as surgery took four hours to complete. Please donate.

                           Donations can also be mailed to Doberman Rescue of Michigan care of Eclipse to:
                                                                P.O. Box 930536 Wixom Mi 48393 or
                                                           22702 Ridgeway, St. Clair Shores Mi. 48080
Diesel
Diesel is a three year old male black Doberman. Diesel is good
with other dogs, walks nicely on a leash, and is very playful. The
reason for his leaving the home he has known is, Diesel lives
on a farm and when boredom sets in he likes to play with the
chickens, and piglets. This has not gone over well and seeing
there are more of them, Diesel must find a new home. He is
crate trained, training was done with a E collar so when he
needs a reminder the collar goes on and the bad behavior
stops, except in the barn yard. Diesel is current on vaccinations,
rabies is current until 2020. Diesel will be neutered before going
to his new home. If you would like to apply for Diesels adoption,
please click on any of his photos and complete the form. If  
yours is in consideration. One of our volunteers will contact you.